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 Jones, Henry ArthurJowett, Rev. Benjamin, LL.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Jonson, Ben
 
(b. Westminster, 1574; d. August 6th, 1637). “Every Man in his Humour” (1596); “Every Man out of his Humour” (1599); “Cynthia’s Revels” (1600); “The Poetaster” (1601); “Sejanus” (1603); “Eastward-Hoe” (with Chapman and Marston) (1605); “Volpone” (1605); “Epicene; or, the Silent Woman” (1609); “The Alchemist” (1610); “Catiline” (1611); “Bartholomew Fair” (1614); “The Devil’s an Ass” (1616); “The Forest” (1616); “The Staple of News” (1625); “The New Inn” (1630); “The Magnetic Lady” (1632); and “The Tale of a Tub” (1633); besides his unfinished pastoral, “The Sad Shepherd” (1637); various Masques; “Underwoods;” “Tim ber;” a “Grammar;” and many miscellaneous poems and translations. See Lowndes’s “Manual.” His Works were published in 1616–31, 1640, 1641, 1692, 1716, 1756, 1816 (Gifford), 1838 (Proctor), 1875 (Cunningham). See the “Biographies” by Chetwood (1756), Gifford (1816), Proctor (1838), Cunningham and Bell (1870), and J. A. Symonds (1887); and Criticism by the two latter, Hazlitt (“Comic Writers”), Leigh Hunt (“Wit and Humour,” “Imagination and Fancy,” and “Men, Women, and Books”), Swinburne’s “Study” (1889), the “Dictionary of English Biography,” and Morley’s “English Writers,” vols. x. and xi.   1
 


 Jones, Henry ArthurJowett, Rev. Benjamin, LL.D. 

 
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